Microsoft and the Importance of Renewable Fuel

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Andrew Winston (Author, Green to Gold and Green Recovery, Consultant/Speaker/Writer on Green Business)

Microsoft recently announced a new initiative where it will start charging its offices and data centers for each ton of carbon they produce and the money collected will be used to purchase carbon offsets. Andrew discusses how this is a strong signal that big business is realizing the importance of moving toward renewable fuels.


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Andrew Winston

Author, Green to Gold and Green Recovery

Andrew is a globally recognized expert on green business, appearing regularly in major media such as The Wall Street Journal, Time, BusinessWeek, New York Times, and CNBC. He is dedicated to helping companies use environmental strategy to grow and he writes extensively on green business strategy, including a weekly column for Harvard Business Online and regular pieces on Huffington Post. Andrew is also the author of The Big Pivot, Green Recovery and co-author of Green to Gold, the international best-selling guide to what works – and what doesn’t – when companies go green.

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